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Easter Eggs at Church End

Bright Horizons is pleased to play its part in an Easter Egg Appeal organised in Haddenham by the local Rotary Club.

The donation drive has been organised to support the Children in Care in Buckinghamshire charity and Bright Horizons delivered 20 Easter eggs to the Rotary Club earlier this week. Haddenham Rotary have said there are approximately 500 children under local authority care across the county.

"This is an amazing initiative organised by Haddenham Rotary for children in care that we are sure will put many a smile on children's faces this Easter," said Regional Director Mel Pease. "We are proud to support it."

Bright Horizons will open a new childcare setting, Haddenham Day Nursery and Preschool, this coming autumn.

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